You can try a natural supplement like coconut oil (they have a tablet form) which is supposed to cause "die off" of bad bacteria. Note, make sure you read up and research online to verify what dose works for your body or you will have the horrible side effects of the "die off". Believe me, low dose and build up is soooo much better. Better sick for short term than living with H. Pylori. I had it too.
hpylori does not, in fact, need to be treated with antibiotics. It depends on how serious the infection is. The more antibiotics you use, the more other problems you'll get, and the hpylori will just come back stronger, since it's omnipresent. We all have it flowing harmlessly through our systems until our immune systems get out of whack and it takes root somewhere. Manukka honey, mastic gum, DGL, and other substances have shown to be effective against hpylori, which doesn't mean they'll work every time, but if an infection isn't life threatening it's better to start small and work up. If it is life threatening and you're bleeding to death, well, they can even stop that with antacids to get you out of crisis. They did me when I had a bleeding ulcer, they never treated me for hpylori, and I've never had another problem. Everything depends on the individual and the severity of the infection and where the infection is.
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